GNET Radio Experiences a Critical Failure

August 12th, 2010 Cleveland Ohio. Gamer Network Radio (GNET) adds 3 new shows covering independent gaming, anime to World of Warcraft. These are the latest shows to debut on GNET Radio which features an extremely diverse lineup of shows throughout the week.

Tiger Claw Radio, hosted by Critical Failure, focuses on independent and freeware games mixed with conversational one on one discussion. Some innovations that TCR has brought to the podcast scene include "The Fail Bag", if you don't have any letters that show, hit some forums and have fun with it. Also, CF is the innovator of Doom Night, now headed up by Cendoo (Neo Arcadia co-host), where a variation of the original Doom games are playing online using a 3rd party program. Interviews are periodically placed throughout though they are not the main focus of TCR.

Neo Arcadia Cast, hosted by Cendoo and Adam the Hedgehog, approaches podcasting with a unique angle- gaming and anime. Featuring equal parts Anime and video game discussion, Neo Arcadia bridges the gap of these two forms of entertainment.

Casual Warcrafting is not your normal World of Warcraft show, CW covers not only the world of Azeroth but the impact this game has on casual gamers too. Casual and hardcore gamers will find information that is interesting and useful in each episode.

All times are Eastern Standard Time.

Sunday nights on GNET Radio:

TCR 8pm

Neo Arcadia 9pm

Sunday Night Kaiser at 10pm

Monday night will feature Casual Warcrafting at 10pm.

Gamer Network Radio is an equal opportunity station for all of your gaming needs with quality shows airing regularly throughout the week. GNET is always interested in more original content and is open to working with the right podcast shows. For more information, please visit

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